8: Create and Share the Vision

After stakeholders and the pubic have had an opportunity to examine the scenarios and associated impacts and express their preferences, you can work with your stakeholder group to create a vision that reflects community values and goals. While the vision is often initially shared at a large community event, it can be celebrated and shared over time as its components are implemented.

Key tasks

  • Identify desired themes, policy objectives, and benchmarks from alternative scenarios and public feedback to create the vision scenario.
  • Create a vision scenario map and refine local vision principles and objectives that address community values.
  1. Create a vision scenario map (perhaps a hybrid of multiple scenarios).
  2. Refine local vision principles (narrative); tie to values.
  3. Identify vision objectives (the data that supports principles—i.e. number of affordable housing units, number of transit trips, etc.).
  4. Create a narrative and graphical story (PowerPoint, video, storytelling, etc.) that explains the vision for the area, including maps, pictures and evaluation indicators, and how it is consistent with values.
  • Share the vision with your community.

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